Regional programme for a circular economy: Brussels
Collaborating to achieve systemic change
Cities all around the world are in a prime position to help scale-up the circular economycircular economyA systems solution framework that tackles global challenges like climate change, biodiversity loss, waste, and pollution. It is based on three principles, driven by design: eliminate waste and pollution, circulate products and materials (at their highest value), and regenerate nature. transition in a wide variety of ways. These examples show those cities that have already begun this journey.
Tracking progress on a journey to full circularity by 2050
Africa’s first Industrial Symbiosis Programme supports the transition to a circular economy.
City and industry in collaboration to save clothes from landfill
A circular economy vision for Glasgow led to programmes of regional activity across Scotland
ReLondon’s Business Transformation programme is nurturing a vibrant ecosystem of circular...
Creating systemic change through public purchasing power
Building future prosperity for citizens, the economy, and the environment
Developing electric mobility in the public bus system and beyond
Laying the groundwork for circular procurement
A government established electronics remanufacturing facility
Modular and fully integrated into the urban environment, BioMakeries treat and recycle wastewater,...
Supporting local farmers as they transition to regenerative practices.
The modern food system is degrading and unhealthy, but cities could hold the key to changing this.
Brummen Town Hall was designed for future reuse and modular assembly.
The City of Phoenix has partnered with Palm Silage who have developed a process to transform palm...
Innovating solutions to turn food by-products into valuable inputs which support a thriving...
Influencing healthy food production in the peri-urban area
Developing a regenerative food system that supports social inclusion and democratises access to...
Reconnecting the city’s food needs with the extensive peri-urban agriculture surrounding the city
Singapore has adopted a compact and biodiversity-friendly approach to urban planning.
Improving residents’ well-being and minimising environmental impacts.
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation works to accelerate the transition to a circular economy. We develop and promote the idea of a circular economy, and work with business, academia, policymakers, and institutions to mobilise systems solutions at scale, globally.
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